A shot of the crowd at the outdoor portion of Roxbury Rocks 2015
Balloon artist Vladimir Smith and his associate take a break from putting together balloon animals to pose for photo
Albino Mbie, guitarist, vocalist, composer, producer and engineer
From left to right: Lorita Williams, vice president of advancement and community engagement at Roxbury Community College, Wanetta Jackson, Roxbury Rocks headliner, and Callie Crossley, host of “Under the Radar” and the emcee for the indoor concert and “You Rock” awards ceremony
Bonnie Johnson, WICN host and the emcee for the outdoor Roxbury Rocks festival, poses with Callie Crossley, host of “Under the Radar” and the emcee for the indoor concert and “You Rock” awards ceremony.
From left to right: Melvin Miller, founder and publisher of the Bay State Banner, Kathe McKenna, founder of Haley House, Dr. Valerie Roberson, president of Roxbury Community College, and Dr. Jane Cloutterbuck, founder of RCC’s Nursing Program
Wannetta Jackson performing at the 2015 Roxbury Rocks Music Festival
Melvin Miller, founder and publisher of the Bay State Banner, delivers his acceptance speech after receiving his “You Rock” award
Kathe McKenna, founder of Haley House, delivers her acceptance speech, after receiving her “You Rock” award
Dr. Jane Cloutterbuck, founder of RCC’s Nursing Program, accepts her “You Rock” award from RCC President Valerie Roberson
Bonnie Johnson of WICN and Dr. Valerie Roberson, President of Roxbury Community College, kick-off the outdoor festivities.
Mayor Martin Walsh joins residents of Mission Main on Smith Street in Mission Hill, along with BHA officials and Winn Management representatives to dedicate the park at Mission Main to Adline Stallings. Stallings has been a resident at Mission Main for over 30 years and has been instrumental in the redevelopment of the community.
Graduates of Operation ABLE’s Medical Office & Health Care Training were among the 45 who graduated from the group’s skills training courses. Pictured are Tasha Sanders, Elizabeth Merz, Mark Murphy, Frida Bonaparte, Dana Darwich, Yvonne Williams, Latifa Smith and Whitney Halloran
Children wave Puerto Rican flags during the parade leading to the Festival Betances, a South End cultural festival held in July at the Villa Victoria housing development.
Mayor Martin Walsh and state Sen. Linda Dorcena Forry join residents, community leaders and other City and State Officials to kick off the Codman Square Farmers' Market.